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KratosX91 03-11-2009 01:06 AM

training Q's
 
Hey guys, I recently got a new program which im trying to make as best as it can be. I just was looking for any advice here. This is the routine:

Monday-maximal strength training
Tuesday-MMA class and core
Wednesday-Circuit training and wrestling class
Thursday-MMA class and core
Friday-Explosive strength training
Saturday-Muay Thai class and Jiu-Jitsu class
Sunday-rest

I am 16 years old and I want to fight in amateur mma as soon as I can. I just want to be sure that my schedule looks good to you guys? Its hard to go to more classes then that with school but hows that look?

boudy 03-11-2009 11:08 AM

man thats amazing :O im 16 too and i dont have time for any of this atm :(

wukkadb 03-11-2009 10:35 PM

You should do more skill training IMO.

KratosX91 03-13-2009 12:41 AM

how about this wukkadb? Or anyone with suggestions.

Monday- Circuit Training to boxing
Tuesday- Jiu-Jitsu to MMA
Wednesday- Circuit Training to boxing
Thursday- Jiu-Jitsu to MMA
Friday- Circuit Training to boxing
Saturday- Muay Thai to Jiu-Jitsu
Sunday- rest

is that better? Is that schedule enough to build me up to fight amateur? What if I only took jiu-jitsu on saturday and took muay thai before MMA on tuesday and thursday? (Im a striker not a grappler)

boudy 03-13-2009 12:43 AM

the first schedule i think is perfect, stick to it


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